Microsoft targets landlord in software piracy cases
Microsoft has launched two pioneering copyright lawsuits in China in an attempt to deal with the problem of rampant software piracy
The US software company has filed cases against Shanghai Gome, a branch of one of China’s largest retailers, and Beijing Chaoyang Buynow, a shopping mall.
James Luo, a partner of Lawjay Advocates, which is advising Microsoft in both cases,...
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